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Honorable PascaleSt-Onge, Minister of Sport and Minister responsible for the Agency for Economic Development Canada Spoke virtually with the Aboriginal Sports Circle (Atlantic Chapter), the organization responsible for North American Indigenous sports, for areas of Quebec. North of 2023 as well as canoe kayak canada
MONTREAL, January 14, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ — Diversity and inclusion in sports are among the top priorities of the Quebec government. Canada,
Today, during a virtual roundtable, the Honorable Pascalest-Onge, Minister of Sport and the Minister responsible for the Agency for Economic Development Canada For the Quebec regions, representatives from the Aboriginal Sport Circle and its Atlantic chapters (Aboriginal Sport and Recreation New Brunswick; Nova Scotia’s Micamaw Sport Council; PEI Aboriginal Sport Circle; and Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Circle of Newfoundland and Labrador) met. , The purpose of this meeting was to take the pulse of the organizations and listen to their concerns in this time of pandemic. These organizations contributed greatly to the initiative Games for Social Development in Indigenous Communities, among others, which promotes sport as an important tool for social change. Each year, more than $1.2 million is given to 4 Atlantic Provincial Aboriginal Sports Organizations (P/ASOs) to implement sports for social development projects in their communities.
The virtual tour continued with a meeting with North American Indigenous Games officials North of 2023. These games, which were to be held in 2020 in Kazipuktuk (Halifax) and in the First Nations territory of Millbrook in Nova Scotia, have also borne the brunt of the pandemic. However, the organizers were able to show flexibility so that the Games could take place in the summer of 2023. the government of Canada Provides more than $8.3 million in aid to the organization and organization of this sporting event.
Finally, the trip ended with a meeting with the officials of Canoe Kayak Canada. Minister St Onge took the opportunity to recognize the resilience and determination displayed by Canoe Kayak Canadian athletes, coaches and support staff at the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Games. Tokyo of 2020. He also listened to know more about the challenges being faced by the organization so that the government Canada Support it in every possible way. In 2021-2022, Canoe Kayak Canada can count on more than $985,000 in funding for activities that support the development of athletes and coaches through Sport Canada’s Sport Support Program. The organization will receive up to $2 million to organize the Canoe-Kayak Sprint World Championships in Halifax from August 3 to 7, 2022.
This virtual tour is the first in a series of visits aimed at strengthening ties with the Canadian sports community and continuing to work closely with it.
It is a real pleasure to meet the Canadian sports community. With them, we will solve many of the challenges we face in achieving greater diversity and inclusion in the sport. Canada And make the sports system healthy and safe.
, Honorable PascaleSt-Onge, Minister of Sport and Minister responsible for the Agency for Economic Development Canada For regions of Quebec
The Aboriginal Sport Circle (ASC) is pleased with the commitment of Minister Saint-Onge to our organization and members. csa d the Atlantic. Events such as the upcoming National Aboriginal Hockey Championship and the North American Indigenous Games show that the Atlantic region has long been a center for Aboriginal sports and physical activity, both contemporary and traditional. CSA believes that continued development in the region will greatly benefit from Sport Canada’s continued commitment to funding initiatives that support the development, cultural inclusion and sporting infrastructure of Aboriginal participants.
, Rob Newman, President, Tribal Sports Board
we thank the government Canada For its continued support of Aboriginal sports and culture through North American Indigenous Games. This continued commitment gives the Mi’kmaq nation the opportunity to host this meeting for the first time. We look forward to hosting the largest gathering of Indigenous youth in Nova Scotia since contact in 2023.
, Brendan Smithson, Executive Director, North American Indigenous Sports North of 2023 Halifax
Canoe Kayak is grateful for the continued support and financial contribution from the Government of Canada Canada, Nice to meet Hon’ble Pascal Saint-Onge To explain how this funding benefits our paddling community, the range of programs we operate and how it helps build the future of our sport. We also enjoyed discussing the challenges we face as a sports organization and how we can continue to work together to increase access to sports across the country. Canada,
, Casey Wade, Head Chef, Canoe Kayak Canada
the government of Canada It is the largest funder of sports system in the country. He has donated more than $86 million to the Canadian sports community to help alleviate financial hardship related to COVID-19.
Sport Canada’s Sport Support Program supports the development of Canadian athletes and coaches. Funds are provided to eligible organizations that provide programs focused on the goals ofCanadian sports policy,
Five calls for action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Canada Specifically related to sports, that is, the numbers 87 to 91. Play Canada Committed to action on multiple fronts to respond to these calls to action. In addition, Sport Canada works closely with Indigenous organizations, including Indigenous Sport Circle, to ensure that sport-based calls to action are addressed in a way that respects Indigenous perspectives and cohesion. ,
The North American Indigenous Games were created to promote healthy living, self-image building, and Indigenous role models through sport and culture. 10Is The Games will take place from July 15 to July 23, 2023 in Kazipuktuk (Halifax) and on the First Nations territory of Millbrook, Nova Scotia.
Canoe Kayak Canada is the recognized national organization for competitive canoeing. Canada, in the Olympic Games Tokyo of 2020, Lawrence Vincent Lapointe Won silver medal in women’s 200m singles canoe. what’s more, Lawrence Vincent Lapointe And Katie Vincent Won bronze medal in women’s 500m double canoe.
Source Canadian Heritage
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